This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to join the recently formed Young Westminster Foundation as a Development Manager. A varied role, you will be helping create an innovative new organisation and make a real difference to young people’s lives. Salary: £35,000
Medical Justice is hiring a Finance & Support Manager. To carry out the organisation’s finance tasks, provide casework administration support, and act as the focal point for the organisation and smooth running of the office. Salary: £26,500
Three out of five people become an unpaid carer at some point in their lives, looking after a family member or friend who couldn't manage without them because of an illness, disability, mental health problem or an addiction. Most do so without help or recognition.The successful candidates will support this hidden army by providing a confidential listening ear and one-to-one information and advice, including carrying out carers assessments and creating individual support plans, tailored to each carer's needs.
Supporting a Bric -a-Brac stall, escort on trips and other opportunities to extend your care and give quality time to the elderly. Time Credits will be offered for your time which you can spend on experiences for you.
We seek practitioners for our outstanding therapeutic services across London, who will thrive in a multi-cultural feminist environment. We offer a unique development opportunity for Honorary Counsellors in this specialist field to gain experience as part of our Rape Crisis Centre or Ascent Project.
We are looking for experienced and dynamic practitioners for a range of posts working with women who have been victims of or at risk of all forms of Violence Against Women and Girls including sexual exploitation and gang related violence. We are recruiting for: 2 x full time YW Advocates -West London (35 hours), 1 x part time VAWG Prevention Worker (21 hours), 1 x part time YW counsellor (7 hours), 1 x full time Advice Caseworker- Young Women’s Lead (35 hours).
Kensington & Chelsea Mind’s Skills Development Service is looking to appoint a tutor to our recovery focused Training and Employment Service to teach eDCC/Princess Trust Information Technology (beginner to advanced) and City and Guilds level 1 Award in Office Procedures.35 hours per week
Salary £23,398 – £27,668 depending upon skills and experience.
You will be responsible for management of our busy office and basic finance work. You will undertake a full range of administration, maintaining excellent records. You will oversee our finance assistant, ensuring that Midaye’s income and expenditure is properly documented and authorised. You will be a central part of our vibrant, committed staff team.Salary:£15,312 pa for 22.5 hours work per week (equivalent to £25,520 full time)
Midaye is looking for Project Co-ordinator. You will co-ordinate our service delivery across a range of projects, including health, well-being and information provision. You will be responsible for ensuring that our projects work effectively to deliver benefits to our clients, and that we report our successes to funders and others.
We are looking for an outstanding project manager with maternity/ early years’ experience to manage our new Maternity Champions project.
The successful candidate will have experience in accounting and dealing with all financial and administrative matters of a small organisation. The post is subject to a clear DBS check and two satisfactory references. Working Hours: 7hrs per week initially. Salary: JPC Pay Scale 30-34; £14.70 per hour, £5,364 actual annual salary (full time salary: £26,822)
This new post is initially funded for 12 months and depending on its success funding to make it permanent is available. A typical work-week will include liaising with clients, purchasing and delivering supplies, and undertaking decorating work such as painting, de-cluttering, and small DIY projects. The project’s aim is to work with local older and disabled people who may be in need of decorating support in their own homes. Working Hours: up to 21hrs per week, preferably over 3 weekdays (this is flexible and could be increase depending on success of the project and client demand) Salary: JPC Pay Scale 30; £14.70 per hour, £16,093 actual annual salary (full time salary: £26,822)
We are looking for a strategic, empowering and organised manager to lead our Support and Duty Services. The successful candidate will line manage the team and set the strategic direction for the services as well as playing a key part in the management of the Project. You will have a heart for the women whom we serve. Salary: £35,000 per annum
As EET Worker, you will be responsible for delivering meaningful activity and EET opportunities for women. You will be required to provide exemplary support to the women we serve, supporting them in their journey to recovery. Salary: £26,390 per annum
Strategic development, management and leadership of the Resettlement
and Emergency Bed Services. Salary: £35,000 per annum. This post is based at the Marylebone Project, London
We are looking for an organised Navigator to take on an important new support role within our Community Living Well team in the West London area. The Navigation Service is for people with serious stable long term mental health needs who are supported in primary care. This is a new service, which will be a core part of the Community Living Well Service and is run in partnership by Kensington and Chelsea Social Council (KCSC), Jobs in Mind (JiM) and SMART.
Over 14 weeks, from March to June 2017, we will be visiting high streets, retail parks and community events on our first ever information Roadshow. We are looking for volunteers to join us on the bus.If you think you could spare some time to join us to talk to members of the public about cervical cancer and how it can be prevented then we would love to hear from you!
The Barlby Surgery is currently recruiting volunteers (Practice Champions) from Barlby Surgery and the local community. Practice Champions are individuals with the local community that volunteer to develop support groups and health education events for children. These groups will support children and their...
About the role: Inside every prison and immigration removal centre there is an Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) - a group of ordinary members of the public doing an extraordinary job.IMB volunteers spend a few days a month independently monitoring day-to-day life in their local prison...